EPA 'clean charge' foundry rule makeover fixes punctuation slip
Oct 03, 2005 | 10:55 AM
| Paul Schaffer
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has finally cleaned up the flaw in a 2003 regulation relating to "clean charge" aluminum used by smelters and foundries.Unless a significant objection is received, it will become legal on Dec. 2 for facilities without heavy-duty anti-pollution equipment to melt ingot with stenciled markings as to grade and maker.....
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